fox business tomorrow morning. he's taken on the unions and won. beat back a recall challenge. does he have the winning formula for republicans in 2014? the scott walker money message tomorrow. right now it's "the five." >> it's so funny. it's a rash and going away. hello i'm greg, along with kim her by, bob and dana perino. this is of course "the five." surprise surprise the poll shows we have no faith in government. one in 20 says the the government is okay. that person is in scientific terms a moron. he may be hosting at msnbc. cheap shot. stockton, cleveland, baltimore, on is and on, progressivism
brings poverty. all it invades we let it infest new york city. how come? if you want to sell something bad, change its name. redistribution called fairness. tax is revenue. carter can then become obama and regifted as de blasio. reinvendting failure by disguising disaster. i call it change surgery. now crews celebrating over the big apple in new york city. there a magnet for business, an amazing feat. what do we hear this inauguration day? the chaplain calling the city a plantation while hillary looks on smiling. we remember the dead city, test subjects that died in left wing labs. we let another dr. frankenstein
get his hands on our healthy patients. they'll call this progress and move on to another victim. >> well happen -- well happy new year. >> i was gone a week. >> did you watch the inauguration? >> yes. >> bob did a great job with you and had to walk home at 5:00 a.m. because there was nobody to pick you up. couldn't get a cab. >> it cost $4 a minute. >> that's what happens when de blasio took over. >> first guy heard is you, the rich. >> wasn't it nypd cop that recognized you? >> police were helpful. kimberly did a terrific job. it was complicated. believe me when i tell you. the dump all over government -- it's funny. nobody likes government unless they need it or use it.
if you ask people who are fa farmers if they want the subsidies, they'll say yes. senior citizens want social security? yes. if you ask about government, looking in the face of stuff you're hearing, of course you're negative about it. last time they were positive was 50 years ago. >> let me ask kimberly. somebody you know was applauding de blasio, mr. newson. de blasio is claiming to bring progressivism in new york city. >> this is disappointing when i watched this today. i found it to be very negative not even acknowledging the tremendous accomplishments and the progressiveness in new york city. it was just so -- you saw bloomberg sitting in the front. the look on his face said it all. they ran him and new york city in the ground, people that live here, everything is garbage, not
good enough. this is a plantation. if they think new york city is like that, what they must think of the rest of the country. >> you brought that up in the the green room. what they said in front of bloomberg -- >> a mayor that worked for $12. that's what he earned over 12 years was it? he did all these great things. we make fun of the lifestyle things he tried. the crime rate stayed down. there wasn't a terrorist attack. you actually have -- after the major recession of the financial shock, business is coming back in the city. stock market ends with the best year. that's partly business climate he helped to create. then you have a prepared speech that insult him while he's sitting there. there's no grace. there's no manners. >> it was funny. >> and he paid for their house
that they're going to live in now. basically he out of his own pocket he remodelled the mansion. they're going to move in and enjoy it. guess that's not bad. >> that's chunk change. live in their own house then. >> eric, i don't want to be too gloomy about this. he appointed bratton which is a good move. the city is not going to let him fail or he's going to be out right? >> de blasio? >> yeah. >> it's a liberal city. it's a test case for every other liberal mayor in the country who wants to see how it works. if you push progressivism, you see -- we've made fun of social issues, bans on salts and cigarettes and things like that but not his business climate and what he did for the economy.
dana points out businesses felt comfortable coming back to new york after 9/11. he made it a business friendly environment. de blasio is the opposite of that. he's going to raise taxes. businesses especially wall street is going to go, you're going to raise it more? we're already paying 4.5%. city tax along jacking that a up. >> they're going to flee to -- >> florida, texas. >> new jersey across the river. >> and they have tax increases. >> if they're going to increase action at that, they're going find a place that doesn't. >> in order to do what you need to do to make the government work, you need revenue. if rich people have to pay, screw them. >> you're going to run out of rich people. how do you make a rich person if you keep punishing them? >> they get a percentage of
what's available. those in the middle and bottom fall. >> they pay the majority of the taxes if you look at the actual -- >> to the larger point of the monologue in regards to people feeling distrust in government at large, i think part of that is because it's not -- i think there are rich people who have said count me as somebody that wants to pay more taxes if they thought the reforms were going to actually work. the problem is people are distrustful of government because big programs that get ran through don't work. one of the things de blasio is focussing on is education, prek through 12th grade and free preschool for everybody. the problem is the charters are the ones basically going to get hurt in all of this. >> right. i want to play this on tape. first clinton and de blasio from yesterday. he says something i think is
interesting. >> i strongly endorse bill de blasio's core campaign commitment that we have to have a city of shared opportunities, shared procesperityprosperity, possibilities. >> we're called to put an end to economic and social inequalities that threaten to unravel the city we love. so today we commit to a new progressive direction in new york. that same progressive impulse has written our city's history. >> okay. god, i'm sorry. i almost swore. it's like 1980 or something. he's talking about social inequality threatening to unravel the city we love. is he talking about new york
city? >> another planet. not here. i felt i was trapped in a time machine. i was like what is this guy talking about? this is the place everybody wants to come and live until now -- >> what does he mean? financial inequality i wrap my head around that. social inequality in new york city? i don't get it. >> when you say things like that my dear friend, the fact is -- people want to live in manhattan, so ho. do they want to live in the bronx or brooklyn? >> yeah, they do. you know how expensive property is in brooklyn? >> don't hate on brooklyn. >> the wealthy are making up more and more money. >> under obama right? >> sure.
>> the obscene amount of money wall street has bonused people. >> have wall street live the city. the place would be broke. this would be a dust town, tumble weeds going up the avenue. wall street can be any street in any country around the globe now. >> they should go to london. the most friendly environment they can possibly find. de blasio wants to go to more progressive direction which can only mean we need to tax the wealthy more. that's the only thing he can talk about. the only thing they have to do is tax more. that's your heads up to corporate out there ceos that are wondering. >> you feel comfortable with the fact people in the city are
making 150 times more than everybody else is? >> let's do it again. rising tide raises all boats. >> the other boats haven't risen. yachts have. yachts are doing great. >> everybody is entitled to make the same amount of money as cfo and whatever? >> they pay roughly half of all taxes. >> they pay more. >> the top 5%. >> what's the difference? don't say they pay over half of it. they make 75 a% of profit -- >> i am thrilled. >> like what's really going to change fingerprint they get more money? that's the point of people's distrust of government. what's going to change? >> do you believe what he's going to do with edge kucation going to work? the question is, has preschool
proven to be successful in areas? it has not here. i wouldn't prejudge the guy. >> he's basically saying it, bob. we're going to more progressive direction. we know what progressivism is. >> is he raising tax increases on you? >> he'll pay higher taxes too. >> you live here and earn here, you're going to pay more. >> whatever you do, don't buy property in new york. i'm right. i'm saying in manhattan do not pay tax. ahead, beyonce's last supper scandal. we'll show you the foe foe that has people upset. kimberly and bob went to time square to find themselves someone, did they find themselves each other instead. >> we're breaking up. >> i know. [ me announcer ] this is the story
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♪ i get a feeling that i never ever had before ♪ welcome back. three peculiar stories. we told you about mrs. jay-z using the challenging disaster audio in her new song. now the first lady of diva gets her back side in the last supper. that's a no no. we'll bring it around the table. love beyonce but come on. >> i don't know what she's doing. she went to try and make too many songs at once, recorded like 80 or something for this album. she let a little bit of back checking, appropriate checking fall through the wayside. this doesn't make sense. why act like this? >> why put herself in jesus' seat at the last supper? >> probably because she's not educated or cannot know about it. i request my fellow christians
don't buy her albums. >> that's stepping out there. >> did you call for a boycott? >> yes, i did. she should be boycotted. >> dana you did the thing with the audio, challenger disaster. same album, little too much. >> it's a strange thing for somebody that's an international icon, all the things she brings to the stage she's so desperate for attention or somebody on her stage is that they continue to do things that have these dust ups? >> it's now not a coincidence. >> when you're a celebrity, everything around you is a prop. doesn't matter where it's from. there's one exception if that prop belongs to mohammad you will not use that because you want to live. >> i have never seen that.
>> it would be bold of her to do somebody with that. >> stupid comments about the romneys adopting of a black grandchild. >> a lot of people had emotions about this baby picture this year. this is the romney family and of course there on governor romney's knee is his adopted grandson who's an adopted african-american child. any caption as for this one? >> i think the picture is great. it sums up the diversity of the republican party. >> mrs. perry no stranger to comments is now asking for forgiveness. i'm a mormon too, so she says. >> two points. she suffers from liberal consensus disorder. if you spend your time around people that agree with you and laugh at your jokes all the time, you don't know when you're
saying something that's not decent. you make a joke like that and assume everybody is going to laugh. the rest of america is going, you're kind of a jerk. the bigger point is, everything personal is political. they didn't see a great picture. they saw a political theater. >> she's no stranger to these comments. she using the obamacare is like using the "n" word. i think she does that to get attention. there's a theme to this block. i would accept this apology because to me it seems sincere. i don't want any child, black, red, green whatever color, i don't want them to suffer from more of this. let him enjoy his great family and the love that's going to come his way. forget melissa perry and forgive her that one crime. >> at one point she said wouldn't it be funny in 2040 if
riran romney was married to kanye west's daughter northwest. the romneys would be hanging out with kanye. >> she's black is this. >> yes. >> she's a mormon. she must have joined the church 10 to 15 years ago before they allowed black people into the church. i would say this to what she said as a liberal. the idea that you would dump on anybody who adopts a black child. there are hundreds of thousands in this country and others that need to be adopted. shut your mouth. be happy that child has a place tonight. be happy they've got a place to live, food on the table and housed and clothed and given the education they need. >> are you boycotting the show she hosts? >> why doesn't she adopt a child okay and bring love and positive energy into the world instead of spewing hate against children? shame on you.
i do not accept your apology. >> my niece adopted five children of all races and ethnicities. they're just fantastic. >> i've adopted 60 children. mayor rob ford is announcing his re-election bid today. he hopes canada forgives his drunken stuper drug taking inspired antics, do you? >> why should people ever trust you? >> my record speaks for itself. lowest taxes in any major city in north america. we've done a great job. city is absolutely booming. i want someone get rid of taxes like i have, save the city a billion. these are the facts and they speak for themselves. >> your thoughts. >> here's the thing, he's been a lot of fun for all of us and everybody making fun of him around the world and enjoying his antics and coming to kind of like him. voters of toronto will have
whits about them and he will not win. like anthony weiner, they don't elected. people want their government to work. they don't want antics. >> first of all, it's not even in this country. that boy could use weight watchers help. three, he's a crack addict and needs to get help. >> he may have a substance abuse issue, but i mean, it doesn't seem his big issue is crack. i think it's other things. >> we've got to go. >> that boy -- boy is an addict. >> he's got a great track record and better crack record. he hasn't said what he's quit drinking. when you have that many problems it's easy to come up with resolutions. >> i like his dancing by the way.
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shoppers turned out in droves to buy the first legal recreational marijuana. anyone over 21 years of age can get it. here's the line of people that braved temperatures to get stoned. >> let's do this. that's all i'm saying. let's do this. >> i don't know if i'll ever smoke it. it may go in a frame on my wall somewhere. >> we have won. i'm so proud of colorado for being first in the country, first in the world. prohibition is over. >> got some legal weed. . >> okay so hoo ra for colorado. what do you make of this? let's talk about this from the business perspective. the business raked in a million in the first day. >> it's very interesting.
it quadrupled. there's a huge demand when t it's first sold. here's the thing. what's going to happen -- this is a great profit center for them. they're going to make a lot in taxes. what's going to happen when a liberal a lawmaker says let's raise the tax on weed? they will. what's the liberal mentality going to be about that? it's cool to do it because it's just we'd? >> maybe it will be you can only tax rich people that want to smoke weed. >> right. >> people on wall street, evil business people, making money -- that's all we need more stoned people being useless not working, getting benefits. >> oh come on. >> greg, do you think -- there's a lot of activity getting a lot of press because it's the first time. do you think this will -- the novelty will wear off after a bit? >> this is the big problem with
the spot smoking in general, spot smokers. they treat the habit as a novelty. if you saw the dudes in line going dude, look at this. you're the ones that treat it like something special. when drinking a martini, you don't stand on your lawn going dude, martini, check it out. >> you've done that. >> i hate drunks and i hate pot heads. i like people who enjoy their stuff recreational and treat it properly. i can't wait for bud tender school where you learn to be a bud tender. >> you're more of a quiet angry drunk. you don't go dude. >> i never get angry. >> no. you're quiet and sitting there with your red wine. >> one of the things the law changed for recreational use. one thing it hasn't changed, a lot of businesses still require a drug test.
if you've smoked marijuana, you actually don't get to work there. >> we all make our chaoices in life. they're going to get i don't get a job because i smoked pot. >> i'm so awesome and a winner. i work, and do all this stuff, look at me. >> i'm just saying. i haven't smoked cigarettes, never done any drugs. there you go. >> people that do drugs are losers? >> no. >> businesses should have a right to check for whatever they want. i'm not saying it should be legal. knock yourself out. i'm all for legalization of pot. businesses should be allowed to say i don't want an alcoholic or drug use. >> off duty when drinking you sober up. pot will be in your system. >> several weeks right? >> you don't want an alcoholic. >> businesses should have the
right to test for whatever they want. if they tested alcoholics, i wouldn't of had a job. >> there's other states looking at the position of making recreational use legal. is that good for liberals for democrats that wanted to run? >> because i'm a recovering drug addict and drunk, i started using dope and marijuana. the names they've got for these things. they cross in their basements, grow with lamps. here's the problem, how they going to take care of highways? when you're really stoned you think you're driving 90 and you're striving 15. if big crowds of people are backed up, there's a couple of old ladies up front that were hippies back when i was.
they're going you're driving too fast. they're going 15 miles per hour. >> that's a good thing. >> using is now easy -- >> it's bob beckel science. >> what is bob talking about? >> when you're doing 90 you think you're doing 15? >> all the 90-year-old ladies are going to get pregnant -- what are you talking about? >> statistics are more fatali fatalities due to drunk driving than marijuana. >> there's a law of a certain level of marijuana in your system. most cops won't test it. >> you got a kid, 16, 17, 18? you want them driving under the influence of weed or alcohol? >> neither. >> obviously neither but guess what, that's what they're doing. >> both show impairment behind the wheel. >> is pot an --
>> it can be. it can mean you're having sex with doritos. >> bob said that. >> why are you asking that? >> you're going to be this the raft early. >> bob, the only thing that's the problem with this legalization is how do you manage the potency of the drug? the drug is so intense. if you don't know what you're doing -- >> this stuff is as strong as when we were younger. >> let's not advertise. >> i feel you're selling it. this is potent. >> did you ever shoot heroin? >> don't be ridiculous. >> i've got to get going. we want to talk about kimberly and bob. they've become tv's adorable odd couple. tuesday night something special happened between them after the
i'm meteorologist live from the fox extreme weather center. we're track our first nor'eastern of 2014. this is massachusetts, north of boston where they are already getting snow and wind. blizzard warnings extending from long island up to coastal maine including massachusetts just east of the boston area. wind gusts in excess of 50 miles per hour. that's going to make driving impossible in some areas up and
down the i-95 corridor. this is where we have a winter storm warning. temperatures drop overnight in the sub zero range in terms of wind chills. wind gusts in excess of 40 to 50 miles per hour makes driving treacherous if not impossible. we'll continue to watch it from the fox news weather center. ♪ bob and i had a blast tuesday night ringing in the new year with all of you from time square in new york city. i know some of our cohosts got a kick out of this after the clock struck midnight. >> this is unbelievable isn't it? >> it is absolutely unbelievable. so happy to spend it with you, bob. happy new year. happy 2014. now you found a lot of husbands for me tonight. none of them stand up to the
fine man that you are, bob beckel. incredible way to start 2014. that is for sure. i'm so happy i'm doing it with you. >> absolutely kim. >> all right. happy new year. i choose you over all of them. >> wow. bob was the big winner. let me tell you something, it's amazing what hypothermia and frostbite can do. >> bob looked shocked. >> everybody thought it was me for a good reason the the dog i am. you initiated it. it was the tongue that bothered me. >> i mean honestly. you saw that shot. there was nothing like that involved. >> that was great. >> it was a lot of fun. >> thank god our lips didn't stick together. >> it was so cold. it was a lot of fun. >> at midnight when it came down, all the confetti, it was a terrific time. it was so cold.
i got back home at 5:15 in the morning freezing. my cars didn't show up. it was just a remarkable thing. the one thing i did notice -- >> oh my god again. >> everybody knows the front row of those people leaning over the front, none of them spoke english. >> that was interesting. we said go talk to the crowd. >> i was looking for a husband for you and found about 500. >> i found a strange looking woman for you. i tried to pay people. i thought that was the best way to go about it. that didn't work. let's look at bill and elizabeth who did an outstanding job. here's their reaction of bob and i gluing ourselves together? >> they just didn't quite what was going on. >> i noticed they didn't
reciprocate. >> they're classy bob. >> i just hope the kiss is the only lasting memory and nothing else. >> well, i tell you one thing -- >> i'm puerto rican and easily get pregnant? >> no. >> kimberly said my thighs -- you said you had to have something. >> josh came and took these warmers and stuck them to my inside thighs. they were like on fire. it was crazy. you can't headache it u-- can't make it up. josh had to go up the dress and stick them like this. do what you've got to do. >> josh had different persuasion. >> not after that night. >> oh my god. >> would anybody address the
nivia on the balloons? >> how much did they pay? >> a lot. >> how is lotion tied to the new year? >> don't look at bob, please. >> please don't tell me. still ahead, it's january 2nd. time to check in and see if we kept our new year's resolutions over the past 24 hours. bob is going to lose 20 pounds. have you been to the gym yet? we've got his answer when we come back. ♪ not like everything i do depends on you ♪ on chestnut stt the modest first floor bedroom in tallinn, estonia and the southbound bus barreli down i-95. ♪ this magic moment it is the story of where every great idea begins. and of those who believed they had thpower to do more. dell is honored to be part of some of the world's great stories. that began much the same way ours did in a little dorm room -- 2713.
having the internet at home means she has to go no further than the kitchen table to do her homework. now, more than one million americans have been connected at home. it makes it so much better to do homework, when you're at home. welcome to what's next. comcastnbcuniversal. ♪ you think you're better off alone ♪ ♪ do you think you're better off alone? ♪ >> it's a new year. you know what that means. time to quit bad habits starting yesterday. mine have begun. here's my cohost resolutions. >> happy new year everyone. greg, greg? >> kiss my wife a lot, keep running -- >> i'm going to stop buying so many pairs of shoes. yeah right. >> this year i'm going to say
one nice thing about bob beckel everyday. >> there's a here. >> it started off with a kiss, kim. >> have i been to the gym yet? nah. it's only january 2nd. why rush things. i've actually lost a bunch of pounds because dana and i went on a sugar diet. sugar free diet. any way. she kept jump on me every time i got near sugar. this is me doing yoga. this is the dipping dog. the warrior one down to the dipping down dog. >> this is not exercise. it's glorified stretching. yoga is glorified stretching america. >> doesn't mean it's bad. >> i didn't hear him well. have you started already? >> pretty much -- what are we
talking about? >> resolutions. pet my dog, kiss my wife. i do it any way. >> more of it? >> why did you make resolutions to what you already do? >> do more of what i do. i'm a family man bob. >> i understand that. >> i said i was going to a yoga class and going to start taking more pictures of jasper which i did. look at the facebook page. it's incredible. >> that's the most photographed dog in the world. >> it's unbelievable. >> did you have any resolutions? >> my resolution is never take any advice from people in the media about how to improve your life. >> okay. >> coming from an ex editor of -- >> that's my point. men's health and prevention. i wrote for runners world. they're all miserable people. people in the health industry are miserable sad people. do not listen to them. >> i never show up to gyms
because everybody is bummed out. prozac sales go through the roof when in those places. >> jimmy the most dangerous place to go. there's germs everywhere. >> that's why you need nine prescriptions. >> that's because i'm old. >> i just added five years to your life big boy. >> you put a lot into that one kiss of yours. >> that must have meant -- >> that wasn't my best work. let me tell you. >> one more thing up next. what a charming gentleman. ♪ beneath the milky twilight. lead me out on the moonlit floor ♪ buness idea, we have a personalized legal solution that's right for you. with easy step-by-step guidance, we're here to help you turn your dream into a reali. start your business today with legalzoom.
will all right. time for one more thing. it's time for -- >> i hate these people. >> you see what i mean cranky. >> i am cranky. >> i was away. went to a spa. you know what the spa is, where rich people get mugged. everybody else gets mugged on the street. rich people get mugged in spas. can i read you the names of these things. spirit of the new treatment. excellent time for manifesting deep desires and wishes. full body and scalp massage to stimulate mental function while writing down your intentions for
the coming months. here's my favorite intentional aroma therapy massage. what's unintentional? breaking wind. makes no sense. this is a dry brush body ex foliation -- >> i like that. >> by the way your wife runs the marriage for sure. >> relationship reading. this is what we have to do. ways for couples and business partners to value each other's unique gifts. you sit around and talk about each other. that cost $290 for an hour to sit around people. >> you do it for free with dana. i'm tired of this world. all right kimberly. >> my turn. fox new year's eve special which was number one baby. we had an exclusive with duck dynasty. here they are with kori and willy. >> what did you think of a&e's addition with your father?
>> we're glad to be back to work. a&e and us are fine. we're looking forward to getting back to make funny shows. it's a new year. we've got a couple of episodes filmed. we're ready to move on. >> what's your father doing tonight? >> reckon he's a sleep. >> watching fox news probably. >> he goes to bed early. >> i want to do a special thank you to the viewers for watching us and making fox news channel the number one most watched new year's eve special on all of cable. happy new year to you. i was going to do also a duck dynasty thing. stick around, i'll play it during the hannity hour. >> i'm on. great american panel. >> i want to say hello to the
newest five fan of 2014. it's actually a baby. this is joe schwartz i follow him on twitter. his little girl holly isabella. they love the five. they got to the hospital at 4:50 and the baby was born at 5:00 a.m. >> wait a couple hours and let some people sleep. babies, only think about themselves. >> bob. >> as you may have heard, former first lady barbara bush was taken to the hospital. now she is recovering and doing great and responding well according to family and friends. then she sent out a tweet -- excuse me her husband tweeted this. barbara thanks at president
barack obama and clinton. i wish her total and complete recovery. she's a wonderful person and great to be around. don't forget to set your dvr's so you never miss an episode. special report is next. i'd watch that if i were you. as we enter 2014, economic numbers are better. why are you so pessimistic about the economy? this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. happy new year. we begin with the position between what the numbers say about the u.s. economy and what you say about it. most recent statistics suggest things are improving. that's not how the public is perceiving it. that's a political problem for president barack obama